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Ok i have a Dell Latitude 120L. I recently have installed FC8 on to it and can not get the wireless configured. It has a Broadcom 4318 [Airforce One 54g] wireless card. The system recognizes it but cannot get it configured. Is there an easy way to do this? I am new to Linux, and don't have a wide spectrum of knowledge in using it. If not is there a "plug and play" wireless card i can purchase? Thanks in advance for any help.
Thank you both, i will look into this and see if i cannot get this thing working. I will make sure to come back if anything doesn't go right. Again this is my first REAL experience with Linux. Also how can i get into my root terminal? I have tried a few things and it would not allow it saying i was not the "root". When i open my terminal i see
ok, i have can see the wireless card, i went to dell and got the drivers, however they are in a .exe format. I cannot do anything with it. I tried to activate the connection under root. (i figured out how to be that) and i am now getting SIOCSIFFLAGS: No such file or directory. Any advice?